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In honor of Harmony Korine‘s vibrant and violent flick (and much buzzed about) Spring Breakers coming out this week, and in memoriam of season two of Girls, which ended last weekend, we’ve got a hilarious mashup for you.
Allison Williams‘ fresh-faced makeup is the kind you want to emulate, and it’s no small feat given how many red carpets the Girls girl hits on a regular basis. Seriously, when does she sleep? But the actress admits she’s had her fair share of beauty blunders.
Lena Dunham was unwillingly pulled into the center of a controversy when Lisa Lampanelli thoughtlessly tweeted out a racial epithet as a caption of a photograph of the two of them. Now the Girls superstar has finally spoken up about it.
HBO Girls’ resident lovable weirdo Zosia Mamet birthday partied with Jimmy Fallon last night, and told the host about her battle with a bout of pneumonia a few years back — and the subsequent self-medication that has erased her first table read of the show’s script from her memory.
At last night’s premiere of the second season of Girls, either Hannah, Marnie, Jessa, and Shoshanna totally coordinated their black outfits, or they’ve all come to embrace the New Yorker uniform.
We can count plenty of reasons why we we’ll be tuning in to the second season of Girls, but outfit inspiration is not exactly at the top of the list. Because while plenty of people tried to turn Hannah, Marnie, Jessa, and Shoshanna into Sex and the City-style fashion icons last year, “aspirational” costuming was never what the show was abut.
Mark down January 13 on your calendars because it’s the day Girls returns to television, and subsequently, our lives!
One of our favorite Girls, Lena Dunham, covers the November issue of ASOS Magazine in a gray tee, houndstooth skirt, cool arm candy, and a spiked headband.